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Mark Clattenburg will referee an Everton match at Goodison Park tomorrow for the first time in six years when he is in charge for the visit of Southampton.

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Liverpool 3 Tottenham Hotspur 2 match report: No Bale out this time as Suarez forces Spurs to pay the penalty

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Arsenal 'target £8m move' for Swansea captain Ashley Williams

Arsene Wenger planning summer swoop to shore up defence according to report

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Skrtel suggests he may have been misled by the Liverpool manager

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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists his side's season is not over following their Europa League exit.

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Jamie Carragher admits Liverpool's Europa League 'mountain to climb' against Zenit St Petersburg

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Hulk and Sergei Semak celebrate after scoring a goal

Jamie Carragher says Liverpool can still progress in the Europa League despite Zenit St Petersburg defeat

The Reds have 'a mountain to climb' admits defender

Gerrard has penalty saved in 2-0 defeat to WBA

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Liverpool 0 West Bromwich Albion 2: Late goals stun Liverpool as Gerrard has penalty saved

Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

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Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

Brendan Rodgers pays tribute to 'iconic' Jamie Carragher

The defender has announced he will retire at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

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Liverpool defender will hang up his boots at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher

Brendan Rodgers demands final contribution from retiring Jamie Carragher

Defender has announced he will quit at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

TV role beckons as Jamie Carragher ends 26 years with Liverpool

Defender announces retirement

Jamie Carragher

'An absolute legend': Former Liverpool players pays tribute to Jamie Carragher

Liverpool defender has announced he will retire at end of the season

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